It's a nice site, but horrendously out-of-date Floyd Mayweather has said he wants to fight Hatton as recently as yesterday on Boxingtalk.com. I think it would be a big fight, but an easy win for Floyd. Hatton does not have the hand speed, athleticism, or boxing skill to beat Floyd. Mayweather is extemely fast on his feet, no doubts there. but as far as I am concerned he lost to De La Hoya. The latter in my opinion was robbed. Mayweather uses his speed to his advantage yes, but I have doubts about his punching power. I don't think he has what it takes to KO Hatton, and the best he could do, as he did against DLH, is hold on for the decision. One thing I could see happening during the fight is Hatton's style smothering Floyd's hand-speed. If trapped in a corner and unable to get out of it, Mayweather who is excellent on defence, would probably cover up both body and head, but Hatton's punching power is definitely a factor that enters into it. If he traps Mayweather, Hatton will unleash a rainstorm of blows onto Mayweather, and if they're anywhere as hard as the shot that got Castillo, Floyd will go the same way. Of course, that's if he gets forced into that position. He's very fast on his feet, and I admit, the best pound-for-pound fighter on the planet, at the moment. I just happen to think that Hatton is ready for him.